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You will come away from this film angry, confused and yes, dazed.
It follows the lives of a family of artists, especially the daughter -- the late Francesca Woodman --, and gives us a glance of what makes artists do what they do.
Many of us practice our art and hide in it but few artist, I think, apply the doctrine of universal artistry to "life abundant".
Francesca Woodman was an amazing talent. I don't care about her parents. In fact after watching this I completely dislike her parents. Read morePublished 4 months ago by IndieLover
It's the megalomania and competitive greed that emanate from the parents after Francesca's death. Even deceased later, George, the father, says bitterly after seeing the popularity... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Yours Truly
The work ethic. I love the artist's work ethic described by Francesca's Mother. I own this movie on DVD and watch it to remind myself of the preciousness in our creative drive. Read morePublished 4 months ago by blacklily.bobro
I struggle mightily to conjure an image of a family more egotistic and self-centered than The Woodmans. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MoxyMallard
This dvd really brings out how some artists walk a fine line between genius and mental illness. She was so innovative for her time.Published 8 months ago by Denise Havlan
Yes she was ttalented, yes she killed herself at 22 but the background of her life with her somewhat disinterested parents and their own internal conflicts really fills out much of... Read morePublished 14 months ago by John M. Kegley
I had seen a show of Francesca Woodman's work at the Modern in NYC-this video provides lots of back story I appreciated. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lynn Zetzman
One of the greatest photographers of the 20th century. This inside look into her life through the recollections of her parents is both honest and touching.Published on November 15, 2012 by Patrick C. Lentz